The Nexus 4 and 10 launches have not been major fiascos only in North America and Europe, with Asians actually being more tormented than anyone else.
Fujitsu might have not been the first name to count on for coming up with an “iPad killer”, but we probably underestimated the Japan-based OEM there a bit.
Geeks love Android and geeks love manga, so the new Japanese comic called “Sweet Android High-school” seems a match made in heaven.
While many countries are scheduled for release sometime “during Q1,” Japan seems to be the first to take hold of the device, with a possible date as early as February 9.
HTC is not doing that great financially, but it still has time to work on devices like the HTC Mini accessory and the HTC au Infobar A02 smartphone.
Rolling Mask lithography mimics the surface of a moth’s eyes to reduce glare from glass displays, giving us a clearer view even in direct sunlight.
While LG did not announce any new mobile device at the recently ended CES 2013 in Las Vegas, USA, the company unveiled a new smartphone in its high-end G family just a few days ago, the Optimus G Pro.
With Chinese companies like ZTE and Huawei pushing the phablet limits further and further and Korean giants like Samsung and LG battling it out for the Western smartphone supremacy, Japan seemed to turn from the once upon a time Asian leader to the continent’s black sheep.
The Nexus 7 was the bestselling tablet in Japan in December 2012, with a share of 44.4% of the market. This is the first time when this happened in Japan, says BCN.
We learned yesterday that Sony’s flagship smartphone might get a tablet companion in the Xperia Tablet Z. While it’s not yet official, we’re now hearing that it’ll be announced in Japan on January 22.